Conservation International study highlights need for adaptation funding to be increased and targetted at specific regions
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Manoj Kumar, CEO of the Naandi Foundation in India tells RTCC that conservation efforts must help lift people out of poverty to be successful.
Douglas Cress from the Great Ape Survival Partnership at UNEP says that the loss of apes is an indicator for the destruction of the natural world, as he urges greater protection.
Pavan Sukhdev calls for the value of biodiversity to the poor to be considered when assessing the economic impact of the loss of nature.
CBD COP11: Warning that vast carbon sink in Madagascar on verge of destruction in 5-10 years unless urgent action taken by international community
Our IUCN photo of the week is of the mighty Rhino – this proud beast is now under threat all around the world – with a rapidly changing habitat a major cause of depleting numbers
This week’s photo of the week, the Olive Ridley turtle faces multiple threats such as poaching and fishing.
Today’s top headlines including Arctic sea ice hitting record lows, ecology drones monitoring conservation and Al Gore’s praise for Australia’s climate action.
The Amazon’s blue-headed Parrot is becoming increasingly vulnerable to deforestation across central and southern America.
This week’s photo of the week takes a look at the leopard species, which may not always be with us in a changing climate.
The Fundação Grupo Boticário explains how the Oasis Project in Brazil offer payment for property owners who conserve natural water springs for public consumption.
Work to protect ecosystems, endangered species and ensure clean air and water made more difficult and expensive by climate threats.
To mark the Academy Awards, RTCC looks at some of the best environmental films on offer…and one not so good.